Stay in bed for 70 days, get paid $18,000, help the cause of space exploration. Hat trick!

Outside has an enticing offer for the world’s fittest couch potatoes and La-Z-Boy astronauts. A new NASA project wants YOU to lie in bed for 70 days:

According to NASA news chief Kelly Humphries, “subjects need to be very healthy.” Even those who make it to the short list will need to go through a modified Air Force Class Three physical, complete a battery of tests, and undergo a 90-minute examination by a psychologist.

“We want to make sure we select people who are mentally ready to spend 70 days in bed,” says senior scientist Dr. Roni Cromwell. “Not every type of person can tolerate an extended time in bed.”

Apply for the position (supine, of course) in the UTMB Galveston research center over here. There are more details about methodology (where you’ll stay, how you’ll shower) at CBS.